Modern Daylight Saving Time (DST) has been in practice for over 100 years, but is it still necessary in today’s society?
Some ancient civilizations such as the Romans even used a form of DST. 165 more words
DENVER (CBS4/AP) - A Lakewood couple says it’s high time to talk about permanently keeping Colorado on Mountain Daylight Time.
“I don’t like the time changes,” Sean Johnson says. 370 more words
The Adobo Chronicles would like to remind our readers that Daylight Saving Time (DST) starts this Thursday, November 27.
Before you go to bed on Wednesday, set your clocks forward 24 hours. 32 more words
I am one for timely holidays. I think we should celebrate the holidays in the order they come, but lights out here in the middle of everywhere are very popular. 48 more words
Unlike most people I know, I get excited on both ends of Daylight Saving Time. In the fall, I gain an extra hour of sleep and the mornings are brighter to wake up to. 520 more words
Daylight Saving Time has pushed the morning portion of my daily commute back towards sunrise and—this is the downside—my evening commute in utter darkness. These images were taken on a morning with a cold snap right after a warm day when the route to work was adorned with patches of mild to heavy fog, each colored differently by the rising sun (or not, in the case of the last image!), with a few places totally clear of the fog and in blazing full light. 71 more words